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Coronavirus: Deliveroo pledges 500,000 free meals for NHS workers
Deliveroo, the food delivery service, is to deliver 500,000 free meals to NHS workers across Britain as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies.
Coronavirus: Euroclear faces backlash over sudden fee surge
Euroclear, one of the world's largest settlement houses for financial transactions, is facing a furious backlash from investors over a plan to hike fees for protecting assets during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Employees unable to take annual leave can carry it over for two years - government
Employees who cannot take all their annual leave due to the coronavirus pandemic will be able to carry it over for two years, the business secretary has said.
Coronavirus: Green's TopShop empire to halt pension payments
Sir Philip Green's TopShop empire is to halt payments to its pension scheme for months as retailers and other stricken companies conserve cash during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Airbnb offers 'heroic' NHS workers free accommodation
Frontline NHS workers will be offered free places to stay by Airbnb during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: 2,000 jobs at risk as Carluccio's lines up administrator
Carluccio's, the casual dining chain which has been a fixture on affluent British high streets for 20 years, is on the brink of calling in administrators after being forced to close its restaurants amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Collapse of rent-to-own giant BrightHouse puts 2,400 jobs at risk
Britain's biggest rent-to-own retailer will next week become the latest corporate casualty of the coronavirus outbreak when it collapses into administration, putting 2,400 jobs at risk.
Coronavirus: Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley 'deeply apologetic' for blunders
Retail tycoon Mike Ashley says he is "deeply apologetic" following a series of mistakes in his company's handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus: 'Third of UK harvest may go to waste' due to COVID-19 travel ban
A third of this summer's food harvest could go to waste on British farms because of a chronic shortage of migrant labour caused by the coronavirus outbreak, charities and farmers are warning.
Coronavirus: Three-day rally of markets is over as FTSE 100 falls 6%
Stock markets have endured a renewed rout in values as investors fret over the extent of coronavirus damage expected to be inflicted on the global economy.